The Transition from Homeschool to High School There is more to coming to school than just saying, “Oh! I’m going to school and I’ll just stop being homeschooled.” Statistics show that the homeschool community has grown 60% in the last 10 years. And even though it has grown so much, sometimes parents feel that it is time
This year’s spirit week took an interesting turn. As you may know Desert Christian Academy started a house system, this system was incorporated into spirit week. Throughout the years we have done class spirit dances, each class competing against the other (9-12). But this year we had the four houses (Thysia, Epimelis, Átromos, and Statheros) do their own
Ashley Klopfenstein Gpa: 4.275 Grade: senior Position: 1st in line for Valedictorian This year senior, Ashley Klopfenstein is 1st in line to be Valedictorian with a GPA of 4.275. She has been hand selected for this position not only for her grade point average but also for her outstanding character. She is always involved and helpful around
About 60% of our school is made up of student athletes. And one of the many questions brought up about student athletes are: how do they multitask, how do they do their homework and make time for their sport. Here’s what they have to say, How do you make time for homework, but still make time for your
DCA Students Pray at Xavier College Prep for injured students
This morning DCA students set up an opportunity to pray with and support the Xavier College Prep school community in wake of the recent car accident that impacted 3 Xavier students. The Compassion team prepared some posters and items and led a short prayer time as well.